Debugging a haxe based ndk app on android with gdb

I am trying to debug a openfl/haxe app on android with gdb. Since haxe/openfl compiles to c++ which is then compiled using the ndk, I am basically trying to debug an ndk app.

I got gdbserver attached to the apps process and can remote debug it using arm-linux-androideabi-gdb. But as soon as I try to get a backtrace (the app is running fine at this moment), I get this:

#0 0xb6e70b10 in ?? () #1 0xb6e4833c in ?? () #2 0xb6e4833c in ?? () Backtrace stopped: previous frame identical to this frame (corrupt stack?)

I understand that this can happen when I corrupted the stack by using bad pointers, but since the app is running fine (am actually looking for a runtime error, not a crash), that is not the case.

Category:c# Views:1 Time:2018-12-15

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